But while there To start with, guys who just show up and immediately start hitting on people make women uncomfortable.
They’ve demonstrated that they don’t see the women they’re flirting with as people, but as future overly exaggerated stories they’re going to tell their bros later. The guy who takes time to get to know people in a social context, on the other hand, is establishing his good guy (not Nice Guy) bonafides.
None of them – even women who might otherwise be open to some no-strings-attached nookie – are going to appreciate people who show up to their fixie appreciation club because they have a hankering to dip their wick in some hipster chicks.
These guys are demonstrating that they have no respect for the group or its members. At their worst, they’re disruptive and ruin the vibe of the group and drive people away.
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A few days ago, a friend of mine told the story of how a random guy tried to pick her up over Facebook.
In fact, over the course of telling this story, other women came forward with stories of random guys who would roll into social gatherings – not just social media groups, but in-person events like Meet Up groups – like it was two-for-one night at the local singles bar.He’s demonstrating low social intelligence – that either he doesn’t know the right way to behave or boundaries as well.This is one of the reasons why randomly messaging people on Facebook is a loser’s game: it completely ignores the social context of the network.Speaking of social context, if you want to actually date someone from one of your social groups, then you need to actually designed for singles to meet up, most of the members aren’t going to appreciate new members who show up and immediately start chatting up the ladies.Most of the people who’ve joined up are there because they want to hang out with people who share their interests, make some new friends and maybe learn something new.In bars and clubs, the context is that it’s a space where people come to meet strangers, drink, dance and possibly hook up.